Ian Bicking: the old part of his blog

Full stack vs glue comment 000

if i read you correctly, you agree with my sentiment that django's components are not very loosely coupled, your argument being essentially, "so what ? it works." that is completely fine, and im glad django is there, running very well, and attracting lots of new people to Python. its just that, there are definite advantages to componentized and environment-agnostic architectures, and im glad the community has now accepted that there will always be multiple web framework approaches (in constrast to the calls for "one true framework" a couple of years ago) so that those of us who want them can choose to use our own frameworks like Pylons which make this a priority.

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